U.S. territory Puerto Rico is in utter ruins, with nearly the entire island without power and a failing dam threatening tens of thousands of people, on Saturday.
High-stake tensions as international worries continue about North Korea’s testing of nuclear weapons and the U.S. military’s provocative show of force with South Korea.
A Republican effort, though faltering, to strip Medicaid and other healthcare coverage from millions of people in the U.S. Senate.
Wars without end in Afghanistan, Iraq, and elswhere amid news this week that Trump wants to loosen restrictions on the U.S. military borderless overseas drone program.
But on Saturday morning, a day after calling on NFL owners to fire players who protest over racial justice issues, what is President of the United States Donald Trump tweeting about? Another black professional athlete that isn’t doing what Trump thinks is appropriate.
Aimed at Steph Curry, NBA All-Star and member of last year’s championship-winning Golden State Warriors, the attempted “disinvitation” comes after Curry on Friday said he would not attend the traditional White House reception due to objections over Trump’s history of racist and demeaning statements towards people of color, women, and other minority groups.
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Lebron James, one of the league’s most high-profile players, was having none of it:
As ESPN reports Saturday:
On Friday, Curry answered questions and explained why he would not attend a White House event hosted by President Trump:
While an obvious bone to his political base, Trump’s critics were quick to point out how obnoxious, racist, and beneath the dignity of the president’s office his behavior on such issues remains: